This Week’s Extras

On Wednesday, royals from the houses Bonaparte, Orleans, Bourbon and Murat gathered in Paris to mark the 200th anniversary of Napoleon’s death. Princess Philomena, Countess of Paris, wore a black feather and crin fascinator.

On Tuesday, Crown Prince Frederik marked the anniversary of the liberation of Denmark in Haderslev
The following new millinery designs caught my eye this week:
Salmon pink straw percher with lighter-than-air silk oversize poppies by UK brand John Boyd Millinery
Adore the crown contours on this sunny yellow fedora by Bulgarian brand Hatter’s Daughter
Sky blue crin halo bandeau with statement goose feather pinwheel by UK brand SB Millinery
 Mulberry straw disc rimmed in silk blooms by French milliner Clothilde Toussaint
Ivory button with lavender and apricot ombre flying bow birds by British milliner Awon Golding
Fantastic texture and shape on these woven straw caps by Russian milliner Lia Gureeva
Adore the swoosh stripes on this black and white felt cloche by British milliner Anne MacDonald


Black mini button percher with the most beautiful calligraphic wired twists by UK milliner Piers Atkinson
Blush lace covered pyramid with crin brim extension by London-based milliner Merve Bayindir
Striking quilled straw disc in hues of blue by Australian milliner Michelle Robinson
Natural straw hat with camellias and green abaca draped hatband by American milliner Maria Etkind
Seafoam straw hat with hexagon shape halo brim and gold wire trim by British milliner Sarah VandenBon
Collapsible summer cloche in vibrant orange and pink by Australian milliner Christine Waring
Lovely floral patterned hatband and brim binding on this straw hat by Australian milliner Lisette Margini
Gorgeous lace placement on this blue straw beret percher by British milliner Lucy Davies


Sweet photos of Prince Henrik shared for his 12th birthday

Prince Albert attended the Monaco E-Prix with his children and their maternal cousin Kaia.
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The Hereditary Duke and Duchess of Luxembourg planted a cherry tree in Oetrange to celebrate Prince Charles’ first birthday. They also released a sweet video you can watch below.

Images from Getty and social media as indicated 

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